Take these actions to support the campaign for improved legislation for people in debt. Here we explain how.
With an election looming, now seems as good a time as any to ask the question, “who is going to be the knight in shining armour for those struggling with debt?” There are 43 Million people eligible to vote in the UK, so that is, potentially, up to 10.6 Million people with one thing in common. Debt.
A survey by UK leading debt solution company, ClearDebt confirms the number of people in the UK struggling with debt continues to rise. Using data from just over 16,000 people with debt worries, the research shows that the number of people in debt is increasing, whilst the amount of debt they are in is decreasing.
Planning to vote at this year’s election? Despite the number of people in the UK struggling with debt – and the fact we’ve experienced one of the worst recessions this country has ever seen, creditors and other financial institutions are still treating you unfairly. It’s time for change – a change that will give you better rights, enabling you to work towards a more stable financial future. Will you help us make a difference?
It seems the Titanic is not the only sinking ship which will go down in history. As more and more MPs are discovered fudging their expenses, I ask, how bad can it get? Well apparently, much worse! What a difference…